Improving Performance and Quality in 2021
Make Sense of Your Centralized Data
Although data is a manufacturer’s most valuable asset, data silos continue to be a common problem for extrusion manufacturers. In this changing environment, businesses need to be able to make accurate, data-driven decisions in minutes, not hours or days. But capturing the true value of your data is impossible if the data is locked away or scattered across multiple data sources.
While some extrusion manufacturers have begun the process of digitizing and centralizing their process and/or quality data, many struggle to successfully bring these data sources together to drive and extract performance & quality insights.
The question manufacturers frequently ask is, how can we bring all of our enterprise data together, and at scale?
To successfully centralize data, it’s crucial to categorize, format, and structure data to leverage it and make it meaningful.
Look for solutions that are scalable and user-friendly, and can be easily used by teams across the board for decision making - from Ops to C-suite.
Peter Brand is co-founder of Oden Technologies. Recently named Forbes 30 Under 30 for his work transforming the manufacturing industry, he is passionate about the role of Industry 4.0 in shaping the future.
Marc Dekker, Litmus Senior Technical Account Manager, has 28 years of manufacturing and IT industry experience with a range of knowledge in track and trace, statistical process control, manufacturing execution and process management. He has a strong technical background in IT and manufacturing and collaborates with manufacturing and industrial customers to maximize their return on IIoT investment and provide implementation guidance for Litmus products.
Tom Norbut is an innovative and highly accomplished IT Manager equipped with 20+ years of combined business and technology experience that includes spearheading the implementation of new strategies for the design, deployment, maintenance, and troubleshooting of large-scale network and multi-vendor systems.
Tom’s current role in Trelleborg has him dealing with IoT and Production system topics from a Corporate IT Infrastructure perspective. These new and exciting areas have generated a lot of buzz within his company and Tom is glad to be a part of the solutions that are being developed.